Strategic Procurement Consultancy

Developing high performing Procurement and Commercial teams to fully meet their potential, drive sustainable cost savings and improved outcomes.

Our Services

Our Methodology and Approach

Our previous experience has shown that the most effective way of supporting our clients is to fully explore the present opportunities, challenges, and organisational direction. We can then provide our clients with an efficient and effective solution that is tailored to their needs.

Using our standard review and assessment methodology, we follow a three-stage approach which could include the following key steps:

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  • Stage 1

    Discovery

    Understand your business objectives. This will give us a good understanding of your aims and objectives for the future direction.
  • Stage 2

    Analyse
    and Develop

    This is a collaborative exercise to future plan activities, improvements and specific tasks to align to the wider corporate objectives.
  • Stage 3

    Delivery
    and Transformation

    This is a hands-on approach to support an existing team in the delivery of the plan identified above. As we work with your team, transforming to the new ways of working and skills transfer, we will monitor and track delivery at each stage reporting on the likely impact of each change which will allow for better, more informed delivery of the end operating model.

Case studies

Driving Sustainable Savings

Driving Sustainable Savings

Quantum 360 was engaged by a Local Authority to plan and deliver savings to bridge their large budget gap.

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Goals of public procurement

Procurement as a Service

Our client was concerned that their company’s third-party spend which excluded their core business offering, was not controlled sufficiently.

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Procurement Partnership to Sustainable Procurement

Quantum 360 was engaged by a Local Authority to plan and deliver savings to bridge their large budget gap.

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